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The Nuclear Situation Nobody is Talking About

Original Saepe__Expertus Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 9:47 PM
Small detail that was left out. Fast breeder reactors can be built which actually produce More Plutonium at the 'outfeed' end than there was uranium going in at the 'front'. Having said that...at the moment it escapes my recall as to whether plutonium can be used as fuel for a nuclear reactor...but I see no reason why not. Reactors bring fissile material up to a certain level of 'reacting'. In a bomb this is violent and instantaneous. A huge explosion and enormous heat. A reactor gets that moving at a controlled pace; the HEAT is used to make steam to turn electric turbines. Ergo, no CO2 or other pollution.

We're in a new era. I call it the era of scarcity.

Around the world, literally billions of people are all fighting for the same limited resources.

Once you burn a barrel of oil or a ton of coal, it's gone forever. Demand keeps going up, and supplies keep shrinking, leading to steady price increases for these expiring resources. 

But that's not a reason to fear. It's an opportunity to profit. And right now, there's a situation of scarcity that almost no one is talking about. Yet the consequences could be felt by every American. And only savvy investors who are...